Not enough teams pre-registered for 2021, so we are pushing this event to 2022! See you next year!
Who: A team = you + at least one other person (up to however many people can fit into your vehicle).
What: A free, competitive photo scavenger hunt of locations within Johnson County. Your team will compete against as many as 25 other teams. (Event will be cancelled if # of teams is < 10).
Where: Scavenger hunt begins at Iowa City West High School (2901 Melrose Ave, Iowa City 52246) for packet pickup and takes participants all over Johnson County!
When: Sunday, September 19 at 2:00 PM (game runtime = about 2 hours)
Why: To engage in an entertaining COVID-conscious competition while making discoveries & following silly instructions.
Step 1: Register your team below by Thursday, September 16 at 8:00 am. Get creative with your team name, which should begin with the letter chosen below.
Step 2: Watch for an email with a personalized electronic drop box link to submit your answers for points during the game. Test this drop box, as instructed in email.
Step 3: Pick up your packet at 2:00 PM SHARP on Sunday, September 19 in the front drive of Iowa City West High School. Follow the instructions inside and have FUN!
What to Bring
A camera with internet access (like a cell phone camera).
At least two players.
A face mask for each player.
Game answers and photos will be submitted to the personalized drop box while playing. No points will be awarded to submissions after the game time ends. Winners & prizes will be announced the following week!
Questions or Accessibility Needs?
We’re committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for this event for individuals with disabilities. If you need an accommodation to participate, please contact North Liberty Special Projects Coordinator Angela McConville at [email protected] or call (319) 626-5722 at least four days prior to the event. You may also contact Angela at any time with questions.
This game was created as part of the greater Johnson County Welcoming Week activities. Whether it’s starting a new job, changing schools or neighborhoods, we’ve all had moments where we felt like we didn’t belong. For people who moved to this country, this experience can last more than a moment. From language barriers to cultural differences, feeling excluded can take years to overcome. Yet, because we all know how it feels to be excluded, we also know how to make others feel they belong. When that happens, communities can fully harness the strengths, talents, and contributions of each person to build shared prosperity. This Welcoming Week, let’s declare that #BelongingBeginsWithUS – that each and every one of us has the power to help others, regardless of their background, to feel like they are seen, embraced, welcomed, and included in our communities. *CONSIDER THIS YOUR FIRST CLUE*